ANDREW Balding has his team in good form and he usually makes his mark at Chester’s May meeting. Today his three-year-old KING MURO stands out in the last race. This is a progressive type who won a maiden at Kempton on his reappearance with real authority, making all the running and staying on strongly. He has always worked like a nice horse and his mark looks workable. If David Probert can get to the front he could take some pegging back.
TARTARY also catches the eye tonight at Kempton. I saw her win over the course and distance as a two-year-old where she had a bit in hand at the finish. She should strip fitter after her run at Newmarket where trainer Roger Charlton said she didn’t handle the undulations and should run a huge race tonight in the 7.40.